Skona Hem had a wonderful write up on Magnus Lundgren’s Home. If you LOVE the antique Swedish style, do visit Magnus’s blog, because it is one of the few blogs devoted to Swedish furniture and decorating. His blog is always a real treat for me to read. Magnus has a true love for 1700 Swedish-century furniture. For the past ten years he has filled his home with Baroque, Rococo and Gustavian furniture originating from the years 1750-1810.
He worked closely with a construction company and the overall transformation took just over three months. They installed rough planks and small details such as incandescent lamps with porcelain sockets, electrical sockets and switches. They kept the floors and beams, and instead of putting up drywall in the ceiling and putty, they installed rough plank exterior insulation. Magnus mentions he uses egg tempera and linseed oil for his paint finishes. Check out his beautiful home decorated in Swedish Style.
Magnus Lundgren’s Swedish Gustavian Home
Magnus posted this stunning oil portrait on his blog which is absolutely breathtaking. The colors in this oil painting are the classic colors that are found in Gustavian style.